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Pat Fenlon's side, who lost 5-1 in the all-Edinburgh final in May, host their city rivals at Easter Road over the weekend of 1-2 December.

The draw, made at Hampden by former Celtic striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink, threw up another two all-Premier League ties with Aberdeen entertaining Motherwell and Inverness making the short journey to Ross County.

The winners of Inverurie Locos and Arbroath will be rewarded with a lucrative trip to Celtic while Rangers, 7-0 winners over Alloa last weekend, entertain fellow third-division side Elgin City.

The draw:

Aberdeen v Motherwell

Partick Thistle v Dunfermline

Kilmarnock v Queen of the South

Hibernian v Hearts

Airdrie United or Raith Rovers v Deveronvale

Turriff Utd v Albion Rovers or Morton

Livingston v Dundee

Rangers v Elgin City

Forfar or Nairn County v Ayr United

Ross County v Inverness

Celtic v Inverurie Locos or Arbroath

Dumbarton v Hamilton

Cowdenbeath v St Johnstone

Stranraer or Queens Park v Dundee Utd

Stenhousemuir or Berwick v Falkirk

St Mirren v Brechin or Bonnyrigg Rose

Ties to be played weekend of 1-2 December.

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